OK, so you have a generator or solar cell or something like that, which supplies you with 48V DC at up to 32 Amperes? Is that what you're trying to tell me?I staying in India. i have about 48V DC....
I have power 1500 Watts.
Voltage in DC ,
Current 32A, frequency not sure.
This is where I'm getting confused.I only using a 48v battery. it is a lead-acid battery.
Are you trying to charge one lead-acid battery from another lead-acid battery? Or do you have a generator or solar panel or wires coming in from a power company somewhere?It is the battery construction Deep-cycle lead-acid
It is the battery 26AH rating..
Its charging normally to the lead-acid batteries
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